In Sayreville, New Jersey, the US opioid crisis affects many—just as it does in other parts of New Jersey.
In 2016, roughly 45% of treatment admissions to Sayreville rehab centers were for heroin and prescription painkiller abuse. Alcohol abuse is also common in this city; it accounted for 35% of 2016 admissions to Sayreville alcohol rehab centers.1
Safe treatment options for heroin or opioid addictions include medications that reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea and vomiting.2 Methadone and buprenorphine are essential medicines for the treatment of opioid use disorder; they help restore balance to brain circuits impaired by heroin and painkiller abuse.2 Many rehab centers combine these medications with behavioral counseling for a whole-patient approach known as medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which helps you overcome opioid addiction both physically and mentally.2
Benefits of MAT for opioid addiction include:2
- Decreased opioid use.
- Reduced number of opioid overdose deaths.
- Reduced criminal activity.
- Reduced transmission of infectious diseases.
- Increased social functioning.
- Improved retention in treatment.
- Improved outcomes for babies born addicted to opioids.
Some states are unable to provide MAT to all patients who suffer from opioid use disorder.2 However, many drug rehab centers in the Sayreville area offer MAT along with medical detox treatments and behavioral therapies aimed at treating addiction as a whole. Addiction treatments can be uniquely tailored to you or your loved one to support a healthy, complete recovery from opioid dependence.
Use our directory to explore your addiction treatment options in and near Sayreville. Today’s addiction treatments are safe and effective and can help you achieve improved health and long-term sobriety from heroin and other opiates.
- State of New Jersey. (2016). Substance Abuse Overview 2016 Middlesex County.
- National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2016). Effective Treatments for Opioid Addiction.
Looking for Outpatient Treatment Centers in New Jersey? Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.